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SEED ALYSSUM WONDERLAND MULBERRY MIX

$3.95

Lobularia maritima A favorite for low borders, this vibrant mix of white, lavender, violet and purples adds season-long color. Easy to grow, uniform and extremely tidy, Wonderland Mulberry Mix produces dense masses of minute flowers that mingle into a vivid blanket held only 3 inches off the ground. Approximately 2300 seeds per gram. Germination code: (4)

SEED ASCLEPIAS BUTTERFLY MILKWEED

$3.45

Asclepias tuberosa Neon orange and yellow-hued flower clusters top the 1-3 foot tall plants from mid-summer to fall. This beautiful landscape plant is native to all but 7 of the lower 48. The exceptions include the Pacific Northwest, Nevada, Wyoming, Montana and North Dakota. Hardy in zones 3–9. Approximately 230 seeds per gram. Germination code: (1) or (4)

SEED ASCLEPIAS SHOWY MILKWEED

$3.45

Asclepias speciosa Strong, upright plants reach about 40 inches tall with blue-green, hairy foliage. Summer finds the plants topped with 4 inch clusters of fragrant, star-shaped blooms in rose-pink. A widespread native found in the central and western US and Canada. Hardy in zones 3–9. Approximately 180 seeds per gram. Germination code: (1) or (4)

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SEED ASTER TOWER SERIES MIX

$4.95

Callistephus chinensis These divinely sumptuous blooms are reminiscent of football mums—big, billowy and colorful. An easy-to-grow border/cutting flower, this series is very heavy blooming, growing on 20 inch tall, semi-branching plants. The 3–4 inch flowers reveal a central yellow disk when fully open. Excellent vase life. Mix of pinks, purples, white, red and salmon. Dead-head plants for longer bloom time. Germination code: (1) or (4)

SEED BACH BUTTON BLUE

$2.95

Centaurea cyanus The original cornflower in summer sky-blue. One of the best and easiest to grow old-fashioned flowers. Plants produce an outstanding supply of cut flowers that are 1-1 1/2 inches in diameter. Height: 2-3 feet. Approximately 200 seeds per gram. Germination code: (4)

SEED BACHELOR BUTTON MIX

$2.95

Centaurea cyanus Mix of blue, pink, wine-red, and white. One of the best and easiest to grow old-fashioned flowers. Plants produce an outstanding supply of cut flowers that are 1-1 1/2 inches in diameter. Height: 2-3 feet. Approximately 200 seeds per gram. Germination code: (4)

SEED BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY

$3.35

A compact, well-balanced carpet of color in your garden. Free flowering all summer long with an ever changing shift of blooms, its height will not exceed 10 inches. Contains a mix of over 15 varieties of self-sowing annuals and perennials including Swan River Daisy, Dwarf Chrysanthemum, Livingstone Daisy, Candytuft, Lobelia, Phlox and Viola. Broadcast at a rate of 2 grams per 17 square feet or 1 ounce per 250 square feet. Germination code: (4)

Bohemian Rhapsody Mix Contents
Ageratum houstonianum, Anagallis arvensis, Asperula orientalis (azurea), Brachyscome iberidifolia, Calendula officinalis, Callistephus chinensis, Chrysanthemum multicaule, Collomia cavanillesii (biflora), Dimporphoteca sinuata, Dorotheanthus oculatus, Erysimum perovskianum, Eschscholzia caespitosa, Felicia heterophylla, Godetia bottae, Iberis umbellata, Lamarckia aurea, Legousia speculum-veneris, Limnanthes douglasii, Lobularia maritima, Melampodium paludosum, Mentzelia lindleyi, Nemesia strumosa, Nemophila menziesii, Nigella damascena, Nolana paradoxa, Oenothera pallida, Omphalodes linifolia, Petunia hybrida nana compacta, Phlox drummondii, Sanvltalia procumbens, Senecio cineraria, Silene pendula, Tagetes tennifolia, Ursinia anethoides, Viola comuta

SEED COSMOS APRICOT LEMONADE

$3.95

Cosmos bipinnatus A charmer in the garden and vase, this gorgeous, pastel-colored variety blooms in a range of bicolors that progress as the flowers age. Opening in an apricot hue with a lilac ring around the center button, the colors change to a creamy yellow around a rosy center.  A shorter-statured cosmos, Apricot Lemonade grows 2-2 ½ feet tall on sturdy, branching stems with feathery foliage. Approximately 85-160 seeds per gram. Germination code: (1) or (4)

SEED COSMOS CUP AND SAUCERS

$3.75

Cosmos bipinnatus This unique mix features fused outer petals that give the flower the appearance of a flared out cupcake paper wrapper! A portion of the captivating blooms develop into a semi-double form. Inside the delicate halo huddles a cluster of smaller petals tucked around the central, yellow button. At 4 feet tall, these sturdy plants shimmer with a mix of clear-colored blooms in white, pink and rose. Approximately 85–160 seeds per gram. Germination code: (1) or (4)

SEED COSMOS VELOUETTE

$3.45

Cosmos bipinnatus If you’re as enamored with cosmos as we are, Velouette is going to dazzle you. This unique variety reaches 36–42 inches tall with signature, ferny foliage and produces astounding cream and crimson striped, single blooms. The floriferous plants beg to be cut for glamorous bouquets, and will continue producing their stunning flowers until frost. Approximately 85–160 seeds per gram. Germination code: (1) or (4)

SEED COSMOS XSENIA

$4.35

Cosmos bipinnatus An uncanny color, Xsenia’s luminous single blooms are a melding of fluorescent pink and tangerine punctuated with a bright yellow button for a glowing effect. This award-winning variety grows to a manageable 24 inches tall, so it’s just right for bedding, big containers and the cutting garden. Approximately 85–160 seeds per gram. Germination code: (1) or (4)

SEED DEER RESISTANT MIX

$3.65

Are you planting a smorgasbord for the deer? Well, no more. With this collection of deer resistant annuals and perennials, you can enjoy beautiful flowers in your garden once again. A mix of 15 varieties that includes Four O’Clocks, French Marigolds, Bergamot, and Oriental Poppies. Broadcast at a rate of 2 grams per 17 square feet or 1 ounce per 250 square feet. Germination code: (4)

Deer Resistant Mix Contents
Four-O’Clock (Mirabilis jalapa)
Rocket Larkspur (Delphinium ajacis)
Perennial Lupine (Lupinus perennis)
California Poppy (Eschscholzia californica)
Gaura (Gaura lindheimeri)
Corn Poppy (Papaver rhoeas)
True Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)
Lemon Mint (Monarda citriodora)
Sweet Alyssum (Loblaria maritime)
French Marigold (Tagetes patula)
Lavender Hyssop (Agastache foeniculum)
Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea)
Bergamot (Monarda fistulosa)
Oriental Poppy (Papaver orientale)
Gold Yarrow (Achillea filipendulina)

SEED FLOWER FRAGRANT MIX

$3.65

Perfume the air from spring to fall, morning into evening with this alluring blend. Experience a range of sweet, spicy, citrusy and herbal scents along with a gorgeous array of showy blooms from these 17 annual and perennial varieties. Plant at a rate of 5 ounces per 1000 square feet or 6–12 pounds per acre. Germination code: (4)

Fragrant Mix Contents
Four-O’Clock, Formula Mix
Wallflower, Siberian
Calendula ‘Pacific Beauty’
Pinks, Sweet William
Stock, Virginia
Marigold, French ‘Sparky Mix’
Dianthus ‘Rainbow Loveliness’
Pinks, Cottage
Johnny Jump-Up ‘Helen Mount’
Mint, Lemon
Pinks, Fringed
Poppy, Iceland
Daisy, Dahlberg
Stock, Evening Scented
Hyssop, Lavender
Sweet Alyssum, Tall White
Sweet Alyssum, Dwarf Pink
Sweet Alyssum ‘Royal Carpet’

SEED FLOWER SHADE MIX

$3.65

Equal planting for sun-challenged gardens! This spectacular mix still needs some sun, but will provide a gorgeous display of colorful blooms with only 1–4 hours of direct sun daily or a location with just strong filtered light. A blend of 18, shade-tolerant annual and perennial varieties. Plant at a rate of 5 ounces per 1000 square feet or 7–14 pounds per acre. Germination code: (4)

Shade Mix Contents
Forget-Me-Not, Chinese
Candytuft, Annual
Baby Blue-Eyes
Coreopsis, Lance Leaved
Coneflower, Purple
Baby’s Breath, Annual
Larkspur, Rocket
Poppy, Crn, Mixed
Chinese Houses
Daisy, Shasta, ‘Alaska’
Pinks, Sweet William
Snapdragon, Tall Spurred ‘Northern Lights’
Johnny Jump-Up ‘Helen Mount’
Clarkia
Columbine, Giant ‘McKana Giants Mix’
Columbine, Dwarf
Forget-Me-Not
Bellflower, Tussock

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SEED HUMMINGBIRD MIX

$3.65

Plant a portion of your landscape to attract and feed our hummingbird friends. Our blend is made up of 24 species selected to attract and provide nectar for hummingbirds for the entire season. The wide medley of flowers and brilliant colors that spring forth will appeal to other wildlife as well. Hummingbird Mix is 45% annuals and 55% perennials, providing lasting beauty. Seeding rate: 1 pound per 4600 square feet; 8–13 pounds per acre. Germination code: (4)

Hummingbird Mix Contents
Lupine, Perennial
Larkspur, Rocket
Lupine, Arroyo
Four-O’Clock
Penstemon, Rocky Mountain
Sage, Scarlet
Gilia
Snapdragon, Spurred
Phlox, Annual Mixed Colors
Gayfeather
Pinks, Sweet William
Mint, Lemon
Petunia, Wild
Columbine, Mixed Colors Giant
Bellflower, Tussock
Columbine, Eastern

SEED MONARCH BUTTERFLY MIX

$3.65

Build your butterfly habitat with these essential plants that provide the food for both the larvae and adult Monarchs. Without both components these beautiful creatures cannot survive and will search elsewhere for sustenance and host plants. This colorful blend contains milkweeds, which are the food of choice for monarch caterpillars, and a selection of native wildflowers and garden flowers to supply the nectar that the adult butterflies require. Broadcast at a rate of 2 grams per 17 square feet or 1 ounce per 250 square feet. Germination code: (4)

Monarch Butterfly Garden Mix Contents
Butterfly Milkweed
Smooth Aster
Siberian Wallflower
Cosmos
Sulphur Cosmos
Rocket Larkspur
Purple Coneflower
Indian Blanket
Annual Candytuft
Gayfeather
Sweet Alyssum
Marigold, Single
Mexican Sunflower
Hoary Vervain
Zinnia

SEED MORNING GLORY HEAVEN

$2.95

Ipomoea tricolor We give this one two thumbs up for its must-see-to-believe flower color. A photo cannot do justice to the beauty of Heavenly Blue. A showy climber with 4–5 inch sky blue flowers shading to creamy white throats. Plants climb to 15 feet and are one of the best annual vines we’ve seen. Flowers open in the morning and fade in the afternoon. Approximately 20–30 seeds per gram. Germination code: (4)

SEED NIGELLA PERSIAN JEWELS

$2.95

Nigella damascena Nigella, or Love-in-a-Mist as it is commonly known, is a charming, hardy, self-sowing annual that’s very much at home in any garden. Persian Jewels develops an extremely colorful selection of red, rose, blue, violet, and white blossoms. Grows to 18 inches. Approximately 400 seeds per gram. Germination code: (1) or (4)

SEED POPPY AMAZING GREY

$3.95

Papaver rhoeas Amazing Grey’s unique coloring is obsession-worthy! This curious beauty produces single to double flowers with fine, gauzy petals in hues of stormy, silver-purple. Its bushy plants reach 24-30 inches tall. Deadhead the plants to encourage extended blooms, or let the flowers fade and finish to small seed pods on undulating stems for dried arrangements. Approximately 7000 seeds per gram. Germination code: (4)

SEED POPPY CALIFORNIA ORANGE

$2.95

Eschscholzia californica This is the true orange California Poppy. Although common, this is a favorite of gardeners throughout the West. Very attractive cultivated in flower beds, and especially nice when naturalized along driveways and in fields. Height: 8–12 inches. Sow in the fall and yours will be the first to bloom in spring. Will self sow. An outstanding border plant. Approximately 600 seeds per gram. Germination code: (4)

SEED POPPY FALLING IN LOVE

$3.55

Papaver rhoeas Held atop 30-inch stems, the delicate, semi-double and double blooms are a mix of picotees and bicolors in rose, salmon and coral. They were one of the first poppies to bloom at our trial grounds and will surely win your heart! Re-seeds readily. Germination code: (4)

SEED POPPY PANDORA

$3.95

Papaver rhoeas We can’t get enough poppies, and these Shirley poppies offer the most intriguing, wine color streaked with pearl. Sturdy, yet delicate-looking, the plants reach 24-30 inches tall with slender stems holding the nodding blooms. As the semi-double to double flowers mature, their colors transform in an ever-changing palette of velvety tones. Approximately 7000 seeds per gram. Germination code: (4)

SEED POPPY SHIRLEY DOUBLE

$2.75

Papaver rhoeas This 2–3 foot poppy bears mostly double, 3–4 inch crinkly blossoms in bright red, salmon, pure white, and light pink. Very delicate in appearance, and long lasting as a cut flower if the cut end is burned immediately with a match. Height: 32 inches. Sow successively for bloom from spring through summer. Approximately 7500 seeds per gram. Germination code: (4)

SEED POPPY THAI SILK FORMULA

$3.55

Eschscholzia californica This mix is the fanciest of the California poppies. The flowers are semi-double with fluted petals and a silky, chiffon-like texture. The finely divided, gray-green foliage sets off a summer-long display of shimmering, 3-inch, jewel-tone blooms. The vivid colors range from sunny yellows and tangerines to magenta. Height: 10–14 inches. Sow in the fall and yours will be the first to bloom in spring. Will self sow. An outstanding border plant. Approximately 600 seeds per gram. Germination code: (4)

SEED POPPY XL JELLY BEANS

$3.35

Eschscholzia californica By far one of the brightest, most irresistible of the California poppies that we’ve grown. Absolutely bursting with vibrant, sugary colors. Sweet and tempting semi-double blooms have splashes of bubble gum pink, lemon yellow and raspberry red against feathery, silver-blue foliage. Height: 8-12 inches. Sow in the fall and yours will be the first to bloom in spring. Will self sow. An outstanding border plant. Approximately 600 seeds per gram. Germination code: (4)

SEED STRAWFLOWER TALL CHOICE

$2.85

Helichrysum bracteatum Large flowers bloom continuously through the season for an abundance of red, yellow, purple, white, and rose blossoms. Beautiful in the garden or dried. The plants reach 3-3 1/2 feet. Approximately 400 seeds per gram. Germination code: (4) and (6)

SEED SUNFLOWER FLORISTAN

$3.25

This beautiful, bicolor sunflower is delightful in group plantings in sunny beds or borders. It is also well suited for cut flower production. Uniform plants reach a height of about 3 feet and produce 1 ½ foot long side branches. Each flower has a dark center disk, surrounded by striking reddish-brown rays tipped in yellow. Approximately 45 seeds per gram.

SEED SUNFLOWER MONGOLIAN GIANT

$3.75

Enormous, vibrant yellow flower heads span 18 inches across, towering up to 14 feet tall. Once the blooms fade, you’ll be rewarded with bushels of edible, huge, 1 ½ inch long seeds. Approximately 10–12 seeds per gram.

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SEED SUNFLOWER RING OF FIRE

$3.35

These beautiful flowers greet the morning sun with gleaming bicolored petals that are dark red toward the center and tipped golden yellow outside. They are visually striking in the garden and in a vase in your home. The 5–6 inch diameter flowers grow on long side stems, perfect for tall arrangements. Grows to a manageable 4 feet tall. Approximately 40 seeds per gram.

SEED SUNFLOWER SNACK MIX

$3.35

Doubly delightful, this colorful blend of summer’s favorite flower provides a festive display plus a bonus of nutritious munching after the blooms fade. The plump, flavorful seeds offer a healthy, natural, and homegrown alternative to chips. When lightly roasted they release a nutty, tantalizing aroma, and are irresistible with or without a touch of salt. Grows to 5–7 feet tall. Approximately 10 seeds per gram.